Plasma in Contact with Liquids

"Liquid and crystalline phases can be formed in so-called complex plasmas - plasmas enriched with solid particles in the Nano- to micrometre range. The particles absorb electrons and ions and charge negatively up to a few volts. Due to their high mass compared to that of electrons and ions the particles dominate the processes in the plasma and can be observed on the most fundamental - the kinetic level. Through the strong Coulomb interaction between the particles it is possible that the particle clouds form fluid and crystalline structures. The latter is called 'plasma crystal'.

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